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List of Dead and Injured From Arkansas Helicopter Crash With AM-Helicopter Crash

July 29, 1990

Undated (AP) _ Here is a list of the dead and injured from Friday’s helicopter crash at Fort Chaffee, Ark. Included are ages, hometowns and military units and the conditions of the injured on Sunday.

Killed were:

-Capt. Gregory W. Sandborn, 40, of Olympia, Wash., with 1st Special Forces at Fort Lewis, Wash.

-Master Sgt. Mark R. Larochelle, 41, of Ipswich, Mass., with the JRTC, Little Rock Air Force Base, Jacksonville, Ark.

-Sgt. 1st Class Joseph Gradiewicz, 31, Meriden, Conn., with 10th Special Forces, Fort Devens, Mass.

-Sgt. 1st Class John R. Duryea, 38, of Lemoyne, Penn., 10th Special Forces.

-Staff Sgt. Christopher Cummings, 28, of Sterling Heights, Mich., 10th Special Forces.

The injured, hospitalized at St. Edward Mercy Medical Center at Fort Smith, Ark., included: -Chief Warrant Officer IV Ray A. Frank, 42, of Monrovia, Calif., a pilot with the 3rd Battalion, 160th Task Force, Hunter Army Airfield, Ga., stable condition.

-Chief Warrant Officer III J.A. Shea, 38, of Springfield, Mass., also a pilot with the battalion at the 160th Task Force at Hunter, stable condition.

-Sgt. Earl S. Klyce, 23, of Cape Coral, Fla., 160th Task Force, Hunter, stable condition.

-Capt. Jeffrey J. Goble, 27, of Depew, N.Y, 10th Special Forces, stable condition.

-Staff Sgt. Gerald E. Tatton, 21, of New Baltimore, Mich., 10th Special Forces, stable condition.

-Sgt. Charles B. Earnest, 27, of Maitland, Fla., 10th Special Forces, critical condition.

-Staff Sgt. William D. Smith, 25, of Junction City, Ore., 10th Special Forces, stable condition.

-Spec. Randall S. King, no age available, of Savannah, Ga., 160th Task Force, Hunter, treated and released.

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